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Toshiba CEO says sees takers for Westinghouse nuclear unit

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TOKYO (Reuters) - Corp Chief Executive Satoshi Tsunakawa said on Tuesday he expected the company's U.S. nuclear unit to attract interest from potential buyers given its stable fuel and services business.

Speaking at a conference, Tsunakawa sidestepped questions over whether a Chapter 11 filing for was a possibility, saying there were "various options" for the unit.

said earlier it would speed up looking at whether to sell a majority of Westinghouse, which has become the epicentre of Toshiba's latest crisis and an expected $6.3 billion writedown.

(Reporting by Makiko Yamazaki and Taiga Uranaka)

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Toshiba CEO says sees takers for Westinghouse nuclear unit

TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp Chief Executive Satoshi Tsunakawa said on Tuesday he expected the company's U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse to attract interest from potential buyers given its stable fuel and services business.

TOKYO (Reuters) - Corp Chief Executive Satoshi Tsunakawa said on Tuesday he expected the company's U.S. nuclear unit to attract interest from potential buyers given its stable fuel and services business.

Speaking at a conference, Tsunakawa sidestepped questions over whether a Chapter 11 filing for was a possibility, saying there were "various options" for the unit.

said earlier it would speed up looking at whether to sell a majority of Westinghouse, which has become the epicentre of Toshiba's latest crisis and an expected $6.3 billion writedown.

(Reporting by Makiko Yamazaki and Taiga Uranaka)

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Toshiba CEO says sees takers for Westinghouse nuclear unit

TOKYO (Reuters) - Corp Chief Executive Satoshi Tsunakawa said on Tuesday he expected the company's U.S. nuclear unit to attract interest from potential buyers given its stable fuel and services business.

Speaking at a conference, Tsunakawa sidestepped questions over whether a Chapter 11 filing for was a possibility, saying there were "various options" for the unit.

said earlier it would speed up looking at whether to sell a majority of Westinghouse, which has become the epicentre of Toshiba's latest crisis and an expected $6.3 billion writedown.

(Reporting by Makiko Yamazaki and Taiga Uranaka)

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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